2 edition of Neocomian Parsons Group, Northern Yukon and adjacent Northwest Territories found in the catalog.
Neocomian Parsons Group, Northern Yukon and adjacent Northwest Territories
|Series||Geological Survey of Canada bulletin -- 406, Bulletin (Geological Survey of Canada) -- 406.|
|Contributions||Geological Survey of Canada.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||54 p. :|
|Number of Pages||54|
Yukon History. This northern Canadian territory's history is marked by what is often regarded as the world's greatest gold rush.. Around , two explorers from the Hudson's Bay Company (HBC) arrived in the area with the aid of maps and information from Sir John Franklin and other early European explorers. Six years later, HBC coined the name "Yukon," from the Loucheux Indian word "Yuchoo. Main Author: Diderot and D'Alembert: Title/Description: Carte Que Represente les Differentes Connoissances Que L'on a Eues Des Terres Artiques Depuis Jusqu'en ; Maps by Sanson (), Delisle ( and ) and Ellis () from Diderot and .
A report is presented of the 7 American Indian tribes (Chipewyan, Yellowknife, Slave, Dogrib, Hare, Nahani, and Kutchin) of the Yukon and Northwest Territories. Described is each tribe's history, foodgathering methods, clothing, work distribution practices, social organization, and religion. A brief history of formal education among the tribes from to is given. The Yukon and Northwest Territories (The Traveller's by Edward A. McCourt (6 copies) Canoe Routes: Yukon Territory by Richard T. Wright (5 copies) The Yukon story: A sourdough's record of goldrush days and by Walter R. Hamilton (5 copies).
Abstract. Detailed (,) mapping of the Tingmerkpuk sandstone and associated rocks in the Misheguk Mountain and DeLong Mountains guadrangles of the western Brooks Range thrust belt documents potential hydrocarbon source and reservoir rocks in the northern foothills of the western Delong Mountains and adjacent Colville basin of northwest Alaska. The Beaufort-Mackenzie basin (), a petroleum exploration frontier region in Arctic Canada, contains a thick (> 14 km) Upper Cretaceous-Cenozoic postrift succession consisting of variably folded and faulted deltaic complexes (Dietrich and Dixon, ).It is underlain in part by a Jurassic-Lower Cretaceous, clastic synrift succession and a mainly Paleozoic, carbonate-dominated prerift succession ().
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Get this from a library. The Neocomian Parsons Group, northern Yukon and adjacent Northwest Territories. [J Dixon]. The Neocomian Parsons Group, northern Yukon and adjacent Northwest Territories (Book, )  Get this from a library.
The Neocomian Parsons Group, northern Yukon and adjacent Northwest Territories. [J Dixon; Geological Survey of Canada.]. In geology, Neocomian was a name given to the lowest stage of the Cretaceous system. It is generally considered to encompass the interval now covered by the Berriasian, Valanginian Northern Yukon and adjacent Northwest Territories book Hauterivian, from approximately to Ma.
It was introduced by Jules Thurmann in on account of the development of these rocks at Neuchâtel (Neocomum), Switzerland. The Yukon & Northwest Territories (Book) There are no age suitabilities for this title yet.
The Neocomian Parsons Group, northern Yukon and adjacent Northwest Territories, vol.Geological Survey of Canada, Bulletin (), pp. Doguzhaeva et al., L.A. Doguzhaeva, R. Weis, D. Delsate, N. Mariotti Embryonic shell structure of Early–Middle Jurassic belemnites, and its significance for belemnite expansion and diversification in the JurassicAuthor: Jörg Mutterlose, Peter Alsen, Yasuhiro Iba, Simon Schneider.
- The Neocomian Parsons Group, northern Yukon and adjacent Northwest Territories. DIXON, J. ET AL. - Upper Cretaceous to Pleistocene sequence stratigraphy of the Beaufort-Mackenzie and Banks Island areas, Northwest Canada; DIXON, E.J. & R.M. THORSON (EDS.). The Neocomian Parsons Group, northern Yukon and adjacent Northwest Territories.
The book summarizes information on taxonomic diversity, stratigraphic confinement and. Cretaceous succession of the northern Yukon and adjacent Northwest Territories (Dixon, ). The Kamik Formation is the uppermost unit of the Parsons Group The Neocomian Parsons Group, Northern Yukon and Adjacent Northwest Territories.
Geological Survey of Canada, Bulletin54 p. Fig. 3: Detailed core log of the Kamik Formation from. Two Journals of Robert Campbell (Scroll down to find this book on Amazon)This book contains the texts of the two little-known journals of Robert Campbell, a Scots-Canadian fur trader who explored the wilds of northern British Columbia, southern Yukon, and the southwest Northwest Territories on behalf of the Hudson’s Bay Company.
Books shelved as yukon: The Call of the Wild/White Fang by Jack London, The Call of the Wild by Jack London, The Spell of the Yukon and Other Verses by R.
The indigenous peoples of Yukon are an ethnic group which occupied the territory now known as Yukon Territory prior to European contact. The indigenous people of Yukon are part of the Aboriginal people of ionally, the Yukon indigenous peoples are hunters and gatherers with close connections to the land, the rivers and the seasons.
Their history is recorded and passed down. Author of Rehearsal, The Neocomian Parsons Group, Northern Yukon and adjacent Northwest Territories, How to Make Ends Meet, Barremian to Albian stratigraphy, Tuktoyaktuk Peninsula and south Mackenzie Delta, Northwest Territories, by J.
Dixon [and others], Upper Cretaceous to Pleistocene sequence stratigraphy of the Beaufort -- Mackenzie and Banks Island areas, northwest Canada.
Records of the Northwest Territories and Yukon Branchm, Accession 82/ The records of this collection are part of a larger series which was created in Ottawa by a succession of federal agencies that had responsibility for the administration of Northern Canada.
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See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Map, November 1, Reviews: Core Index: First Peoples Genealogy and History Main Index: Native/First Peoples/Metis Surnames | Census Extracts This is where I'm indexing links to Canadian census returns for The Territories, the Northwest Territories and the Yukon.
Today Canada has ten provinces and three territories. The territories working from west to east are the Yukon (north of British. Hughes OL () Surficial geology of northern Yukon Territory and northwestern District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories. Geol Surv Can Paper 69–36, Map A Google Scholar Hughes OL () Surficial geology and geomorphology, Aishihik Lake, Yukon Territory.
Yukon is the westernmost and smallest of Canada's three Northern territories. Yukon is a diverse mix of history and culture and is a land of many different ecosystems, from lush southern forests to vast tundra to hidden lakes, turbulent rivers and magnificent mountains.
The Territory boasts an impressive variety of wildlife including moose. There are also Northwest Territories and British Columbia Aboriginal groups that have traditional territory in Yukon.
Approximately 25 per cent of Yukon’s population are Aboriginal Peoples. Yukon First Nations' role in Yukon governance Yukon First Nations are an important partner in the governance of the territory.
(Book - Amazon): This completely revised edition of Land of the Midnight Sun, first published inis a comprehensive overview of Yukon history. This book places the Klondike Gold Rush within the broader sweep of the past, giving particular emphasis to the role of First Nations people and Aboriginal-white relations and to the lengthy.
Yukon - Yukon - Land: Much of the territory remains unspoiled wilderness, but the impact of people on the environment is apparent.
Near the settlements reliance on wood for fuel has destroyed timber, and in remoter places forest fires have often gone uncontrolled. In addition, surface mining has scarred the landscape near Dawson, in the west-central part of the territory, and near Whitehorse. All books set in Yukon Territory on the global book map.
We found books set in Yukon Territory and 18 others set nearby.Yukon - Yukon - Economy: The federal and territorial governments play important roles in Yukon’s economy. The territorial government has assumed increasing responsibility for building roads, airfields, and power-generating facilities, as well as for providing incentives to private companies interested in developing resources in the area.
Few people continue to make their living by hunting. The Beaufort-Mackenzie Basin underlies the Canadian part of the Beaufort Sea on the southeast margin of Canada Basin (part of the Arctic Ocean) and extends onshore for a short distance into northern Yukon and adjacent Northwest Territories ().It is a Maastrichtian to Recent sedimentary basin that formed on a passive continental margin that has been overprinted by Cenozoic convergent .